Hannah Dewey

One filled with joy preaches without preaching


All about me ( here I tell you my likes, values intrests,learning style and self-esteem)

My likes are reading, playing my clarinet, and ice-skating. My values are religion, family, and friends. My self-esteem is pretty high. My learning style is musical. My intrests are ice skating, swimming, and helping others.

Why is this important to choosing my career?

Its important to know you're likes, values, intrests, and have a high self esteem when choosing you're career because if you don't you might choose something that later along you realize you don't like and it will become a problem because you won't try as hard at it and you won't like to go to work.

My career as a… Registered Nurse

What do they do?

Registered nurses provide and coordinate patient care, educate patients and the public about various health conditions, and provide advice and emotional support to patients and their familys.

Median wage, Cluster, Job outlook, Work enviroment, and Work schedule

Median wage: $65, 470

Cluster: Health Science

Job outlook: Projected to grow by 19%

Work environment: They mostly work in well lit comfortable healthcare facilities.

Work schedule: They work in shifts covering all hours of the day.

Something intresting about my career is;

Linda Richards became the first nurse to receive a nursing diploma in the U.S. in 1873.


What college and where?

I'm planning on going to Brigham Young University (BYU). There is one in Utah, Idaho, and Hawaii. I'm planning on going to the one in Utah.


I want to go to BYU because they have a good nursing program. I also want to go there because I have an uncle, aunt, and cousin that live near the university, so I would be near family.

What degree? What does tuition per year cost? What two scholarships do I hope to apply for?

Degree: Bachelors degree of Nursing

Tuition per year: for LDS students $4,850, for non-members $9,700

Two scholarships I hope to apply for are: The Heritage and National Merit (multiyear) scholarship, and then the; Brigham Young (1 year full tuition).